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    Mother catches 'feisty' albino king snake in her garden

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    - Mother and daughter Ann and Bridie Denniss, spotted the 3ft long snake in the garden
    - They decided to catch it and grabbed some tongs, gloves and a bag
    - The albino king snake tried to bite them but they eventuallycaptured it
    - King snakes are commonly kept as pets but no one has yet claimed it

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    if someone tried to grab me with tongs id be irritated too. They probably tried to grab for the head too!
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    Re: Mother catches 'feisty' albino king snake in her garden

    Quote Originally Posted by jclaiborne View Post
    if someone tried to grab me with tongs id be irritated too. They probably tried to grab for the head too!
    Eh. They could have tried killing it. But they didn't. They just scooped it into a sack and turned it in.
    Last edited by Bluebonnet Herp; 09-24-2013 at 07:40 AM.

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    Yea I'm glad they didn't kill it. That's awesome though, but sucks because chances are it's an escapee.
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    very true!
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    Re: Mother catches 'feisty' albino king snake in her garden

    Quote Originally Posted by Neal View Post
    Yea I'm glad they didn't kill it. That's awesome though, but sucks because chances are it's an escapee.
    Nobody's worrying though- good thing it wasn't a python or boa! That would cause major butthurt.

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